Three Ways to Visit

From the hilltops of Morocco’s Atlas Mountains to the shores of Kangaroo Island, National Geographic Unique Lodges are in some of the most stunning—and often remote—corners of the world. We'll help you get there. You can request a reservation at the lodge of your choice directly from this website, book a private expedition for you and the traveling companions you choose, or join a National Geographic Expedition that features one of our lodges.

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Request a Lodge Reservation

As our guest, you'll enjoy the best rates available and a National Geographic Exclusive: a complimentary unique experience at each Lodge in our collection. Sit down to a private dinner in the wine cellar at South Africa's Sabi Sabi Earth Lodge, share a meal with a resident scientist at The Brando in French Polynesia, or set out from Mongolia's Three Camel Lodge on a guided stargazing walk. Make sure to reserve your space through National Geographic Unique Lodges of the World to receive these complimentary benefits.

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Private Expeditions

You’re invited to explore some of the world’s most fascinating places—and its top lodges—on a guided trip for just your family or friends. We’ve designed a series of innovative itineraries for independent travelers that incorporate a stay at our Unique Lodges. Delve into Bhutanese culture on an 11-day journey that culminates at Zhiwa Ling, a spectacular lodge just outside Paro; or settle into two of our lodges on a private expedition to Australia.

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Custom Trips

Everyone's idea of a dream trip is a little different—and we're happy to design yours for you. Just pick a place on your bucket list and let us craft a trip tailor-made for you. Belize? France? Madagascar? Japan? You name it. 

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Nat Geo Trips

National Geographic Expeditions offers a wide range of group travel experiences, and a number of them feature Unique Lodges—from a journey to Patagonia to active adventures in Bhutan and Borneo. See a full list of Unique Lodges featured in National Geographic Expeditions itineraries.